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Square Enix’s next mobile product, Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier seems to have an earlier release time than expected.

According to the announcements on the Google Play Store and AppStore. The game will officially release November 17, instead of the previous schedule of November 30 that the company announced.

Specifically, a Tweet on Square Enix’s account announced this news with a reminder for Final Fantasy 7 fans to register early to secure a slot when the game is released.

Remine: Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier will release on 17 November, do not miss!
The First Soldier Screen shoot

Square Enix also further revealed that they hated more than 770,000 people who pre-registered at the same time when the game was officially released. Players will receive a Shinra Bike skin. You can see this skin in the video below.


Square Enix announce new 2 Final Fantasy game


Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier takes the time hook 30 years before the events of Final Fantasy 7. At this time, the Shinra Corporation began experimenting with the S.O.L.D.I.E.R project to increase the physical strength of their army.

The game will follow the prevailing Battle Royal style. Even so, Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier will still incorporate elements of Final Fantasy 7’s success. Including the Materia system, you’ll battle in some familiar Midgard maps like Sector 5, Church, Aerith’s House. In addition, familiar summon types also appear along with the combat mechanics of the FF7 Remake version.

Beyond The First Soldier. In 20022 Square Enix will release another Final Fantasy 7 franchise, Ever Crisis. The game will release on the mobile platform and focuses on retelling important details in the history of the world of Final Fantasy 7 in the familiar chibi design style and turn base genre.

With the release of The First Soldier, Square Enix showed that they wanted to exploit more content of the Final Fantasy 7’s world.


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